Now the draft starts to get interesting. The Chargers can go in a dozen different directions. Jalen Ramsey, DeForrest Buckner, Myles Jack, but they settle on arguably the best overall player in the draft and solidify the left tackle position for the next decade. Laremy Tunsil likely would’ve been the first overall pick had the Titans not traded it away, so getting him at three should seem like a steal.
You don’t end up with the number three pick without a lot of holes to fill. Philip Rivers isn’t getting any younger, so allowing him to be beaten to pulp every week isn’t doing him, or the Chargers, any favors. The depth at defensive tackle in this draft is deep, as is cornerback. Wide receivers can be had on days two and three, so getting an elite talent here is key for San Diego. Tunsil is exactly that and helps what Charger fans hope to be a quick turnaround.
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